Both versions use S30V premium blade
steel, full 3D contoured black G10
handle scales, titanium and stainless
steel liners, phosphor bronze washers,
and a removable deep-carry clip. The
740 Dèjávoo has a blade length of
3.95” while the 745 Mini-Dèjávoo’s
blade measures 3. 23”. Both knives
are secured open by a modified
titanium locking-liner mechanism.
Opening the blade is made easy by the
ambidextrous functioning round hole.
Overall, the Dèjávoo is one impressive
knife package. There is plenty
of blade surface to work with for
multiple cutting applications. The
handle fits naturally into the palm
and both knives feel light in the user’s
hand. The larger version weighs
in at 4.10 ounces while the smaller
version is a mere 3. 23 ounces. There
are two blade options in each size; a
plain edge satin blade or a black BK
coated blade with partial serrations.
In addition to this cutting tool being
a wonderful everyday carry, it is also
very attractive. The Dèjávoo is an
honest testament to form following
function thanks to the newest
exclusive custom knife designer to join
the Benchmade team, Bob Lum.
The 740 Dèjávoo and 745 Mini-Dèjávoo are being introduced into the
Benchmade Blue Class at $160* and
$140* respectively. With all these
features combined into one knife the
Dèjávoo has already started to turn
some heads... a round.